Authentication and verification solutions firm Intellicheck Mobilisa has been awarded a US patent for the technology underlying the Defense ID and Law ID products, which offer dynamic identity matching in response to threat levels.The patent addresses product technology that identifies persons of interest to determine whether they pose a threat by matching their identities with data returned from computer-based queries made using fixed or mobile devices terminals.The returned data indicates whether the individual is suspected, charged or convicted of crimes or threats that correspond with specific alerts and threat conditions, enhancing the security authority's situational awareness and safety. The technology is customizable and can be configured to rank query returns and display alerts relative to one or more acts for which the person of interest is suspected, charged or convicted. Other product features enable customizable matching of the person in question's identity with a back-end database, which compares the identity with known and suspected criminal acts.Commenting on the new patent, Intellicheck Mobilisa CEO Dr William Roof noted, "Our goal is to continually innovate and deliver immediate and pertinent information that provides real-time situational awareness and helps authorities effectively isolate a person of interest based upon dynamic criteria, such as an alert or a threat level, as well as customizable rules-based searches. Our industry-leading products feature breakthrough technologies offering law enforcement authorities the capability to perform dynamic identity matching, which we view as a major advantage in providing enhanced security and protection."The firm's products scan, authenticate and analyse components of identity documents including driver licenses, military identification cards and other government forms of identification containing magnetic stripe, barcode and smart chip information